Chart Changer Job Description Sample
Clinical Chart Review Specialist
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This is a temporary hourly position to perform chart review for clinical research trials in the area of infectious diseases. The position requires a committment of 15-20 hours per week during normal Mon-Friday business hours.
Perform patient chart reviews for clinical study through ORCA/MINDscape.
Determine eligibility and extract appropriate data from chart.
Assist with basic processing of lab specimens and associated record keeping.
Working on Bachelor's Degree in Pre-Med or received Bachelor's Degree in the biological sciences or nursing.
Must be competent working with Office Suite, particularly with Excel. It is expected that the incumbent will be familiar with extracting data from a database and with data filtering.
Strong written and oral communication skills.
Strong attention-to-detail is required for the position.
Can commit to working 15-20 hours per week during normal business hours.
Previous experience working with patient charts.
Current Medical Student or Pharm-D student preferred.
Experience with REDcap preferred
Our Commitment to DiversityWe are committed to cultivating a workplace in which diverse perspectives and experiences are welcomed and respected. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity and VEVRAA Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, ancestry, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, political ideology, or membership in any other legally protected class. We are an Affirmative Action employer. We encourage individuals with diverse backgrounds to apply and desire priority referrals of protected veterans. If due to a disability you need assistance/and or a reasonable accommodation during the application or recruiting process, please send a request to our Employee Services Center at email@example.com or by calling 206-667-4700.
The Battery Room Technician is responsible for, but not limited to, the proper replacement of batteries from equipment, the cleaning and proper maintenance of all reserve batteries, as well as the cleaning and maintenance of Material Transportation Co. Battery Changing machines and Battery Room.Requirements Must be 18 years of age or older and be available to work all shifts/days of the week.
Must pass post-employment offer physical and substance abuse screening.
Must have knowledge of select hand and power tools (ie, VOLT OHM meter).
Must be able to obtain proper certification for the operation of powered industrial equipment within the in-troductory period.
Must have a basic understanding of battery operation.
Must provide own select hand tools, as required
Inspect equipment (using the MTC inspection form); if broken report to Equipment Repair Department.
Note: you must inspect equipment at the start of all three shifts.
Report to Supervisor (or person in charge) for priority projects.
Replace batteries in machines.
Electric power tools.
Clean fronts of battery racks and battery trays.
Perform major battery repairs.
Check batteries & line-up short forks/long forks coming back.
Replace short fork/long forks batteries as needed.
Sweep floors in and out of the battery room.
Wash, watering and wiping down tops of batteries when needed.
Clean both Material Transportation Co. Battery changing machines and performing general repairs and maintenance when needed.
Check batteries in all parked machines.
Clean out totes and battery compartments on all machines.
Complete all paperwork, equipment inspection forms, and other documents accurately.
Operate powered industrial equipment with proper certifications within safety and Company procedures.
Use air-powered equipment.
Inform the next shift employee of unfinished work.
Sign-in /out for lunch breaks and coffee breaks
In addition, I may be required to:
Stand and/or walk on concrete surfaces.
Carry up to fifty- (50) pounds, distances of up to eight (8) feet on dry and/or wet surfaces.
Walk, squat, reach, and bend with up to fifty- (50) pounds.
Push and pull items with a resistance of up to fifty- (50) pounds.
Climbing to the heights of more than 24 inches with the use of a ladder and/or other climbing apparatus.
Check battery charge with the use of a VOLT OHMmeter.
Perform basic soldering and welding skills.
Clean up battery spillage when needed.
Perform work in a refrigerated warehouse with temperatures that vary from (-20) degrees Fahrenheit to 55 degrees Fahrenheit (protected clothing is provided) and in non-refrigerated warehouse.
Follow all work/safety rules.
Report to my supervisor or lead person all problems that interfere with a safe work environment.
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Bozzutos Inc. | 275 Schoolhouse Road | Cheshire, CT 06410 | 203. 272.3511
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Maintenance - Battery Changer
This position is responsible for troubleshooting, maintaining, and repairing all equipment and company assets while maintaining a safe work environment and adhering to Tyson policies and procedures.
Change batteries for material handling equipment, as needed. Maintain Daily Battery Log.
Assist with other maintenance duties. Service batteries, as needed. Perform weekly, monthly and annual services on batteries.
Must be willing to work independently and in a safe manner. Must be willing to complete assigned Battery Changer sanitation duties.
Must communicate effectively verbally and in writing to complete required documentation. Must have good organizational skills and be able to work with minimal supervision.
Tyson Foods, Inc. voluntarily participates in the E-Verify system and uses all tools made available by the federal government to confirm the employment eligibility of all team members. Persons offered employment with Tyson Foods are required to provide documentation proving their employment eligibility, and all offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of the E-Verify process.
Hvac -Filter Changer Work Study
Posting Number Stu00504P Classification Title Position Type Student Disclaimer
Liberty University's hiring practices and EEO Statement are fully in compliance with both federal and state law. Federal law creates an exception to the "religion" component of the employment discrimination laws for religious organizations (including educational institutions), and permits them to give employment preference to members of their own religion. Liberty University is in that category.
Position Title HVAC -Filter Changer Work Study Does this position require driving? No Contact Maria Cruz Contact Phone Ext 592-4833 Contact Email firstname.lastname@example.org Job Summary/Basic Function
Ability to clean overhead on a ladder. Awareness of electrical hazards.
Ability to change HVAC filters in Female Dorms.
Wipe front of HVAC units.
Clean up after HVAC filer has been changed out and replaced.
Disposal of dirty HVAC filters in appropriate trash dumpsters.
Must be able to pick up new new HVAC filters from the HVAC storage area and transport them to dorm bldg. where you will be working at
Currently enrolled in classes at Liberty University
Work Assistant eligible
Willing to be trained and follow instructions
Willing to maintain compliance with health and safety regulations
Able to carry out written instructions and implement tasks
Able to stand and walk for long periods of time
Able to lift up to 50 pounds
Detail oriented, self-motivated, and diligent
High degree of integrity and trustworthiness
7:00am – 03:30pm
Flexible working hours
If you're looking for the benefits of joining an industry leader, with a high-charged, energy-filled environment, then you can stop looking, because you have found what you're looking for in the Utility Mechanic position at our Hertz Rent-A-Car location. Bring your energy, drive, and motivation to Hertz, and set your goals on cruise control! The Hertz Corporation, a world leader in the car rental industry, currently seeks energetic team players to join our team
Duties include changing oil, changing tires, and 13-point inspections. Must be a quick learner, and have some auto mechanical knowledge. Applicants must have an assortment of tools, oil filter wrenches, socket set, and a toolbox to keep them in. Must be able to work flexible shifts including weekends and holidays; and work overtime as required.
The primary purpose of the Utility Mechanic is to perform general and warranty repairs and or/ preventative maintenance checks on all Hertz fleet vehicles.
Responsible for oil/lube/tire changes, 13 point inspections, brake and tire repair, and miscellaneous vehicle repairs.
Responsible for creation/processing of shop repair orders.
Responsible for maintaining appropriate paperwork and reports.
Properly time stamp documents as required.
Follow all company service and safety policies and procedures.
Must own/use your own tools.
High School Diploma required, technical training or certificate preferred
Ability to troubleshoot and diagnose mechanical issues with various automotive system
Knowledge of brakes, drive train, electrical components, vacuum systems, and body.
Ability with some supervision to use computer-based diagnostic systems
Prior experience doing light automotive mechanics in a shop is required
Ability to work with common hand tools is required.
Must be able to stand for long periods of time with continuous bending and twisting
Must be available to work scheduled hours depending on the needs of the branch
Must be at least 18 years of age
Valid Driver's License with clean motor vehicle record
Periodic MVR checks will be performed if hired
QA Chart Approvals Representative
This candidate will be responisble for reviewing patient medical supply documentation currently or previously obtained by the Sales Support team to ensure that the documents meet the compliance standards of the organization and of the industry.
High School diploma or equivalent
Responsible for abstracting and transcribing detailed clinical information from paper or other electronic medical records (EMRs) into the Cerner Ambulatory EMR for various clinics within EvergreenHealth.
Primary Duties: •Reviews abstraction procedures specific to each clinic for existing and newly acquired clinics. •Conducts medical chart information abstraction from the existing patient record (paper or non-Cerner EMR) and transcribes into the Cerner Ambulatory EMR system. •Participates in abstraction team and project meetings. •Ensures all confidential information and materials are handled properly and remain secure. License, Certification, Education or Experience: REQUIRED for the position: •High school diploma or equivalent. •Clinical chart review and/or patient record data abstraction experience •Experience with clinical medical records •Solid computer skills and skill using dual monitors for working between multiple databases •Working knowledge of medical terminology •An in-depth understanding of the meaning and organization of patient records •Attention to detail and ability to follow precise instructions •Ability to perform accurate data entry •Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills •Ability to organize and track completed work •Maintains full knowledge of HIPAA regulations •A general understanding of the relationship between patient records and the service to be provided to providers, clinical staff and diverse groups as the hospital business offices, insurance companies, etc. DESIRED for the position: •Bachelor's degree in a clinical healthcare or related field •Experience with popular healthcare Electronic Medical Record software, such as Centricity, Allscripts, Greenway, Nextgen, EPIC and Cerner.
Food Server - Chart House
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Exhibit conduct in accordance with all Gaming Commission Regulations, Federal and State laws and regulations, and Golden Nugget and departmental policies and procedures.
Consistently deliver positive, courteous and professional guest service in all interactions with guests, visitors, vendors and fellow employees.
Demonstrate a commitment to ensuring responsible gaming and responsible alcohol service.
Has total familiarity with the food menu, wine list and other beverages in the dining room including: cocktails and their garnishes, beer, wine and soft drinks.
Knowledgeable about all pre-checking and/or cashiering and ticket procedures.
Completes all set-up, opening/and or closing duties to the letter according to dining room sidework charts.
Understands memos, notices, instructions, guest checks and all related paperwork.
Writes guest checks legibly.
Understands all instructions and requests from fellow employees, supervisors, managers and guests.
Relays all compliment/complaints to the manager, assistant manager or supervisor.
Serves all guests according to dining room standards of quality.
Maintains a pleasant and friendly attitude in dealing with guests, management and fellow employees.
Performs other related duties as assigned by room manager, assistant manager or supervisor, which may include helping other employees perform their duties.
Performs any other duties as assigned.
One (1) year work experience in a similar environment. Basic math skills required. Previous money handling and computerized cash register experience preferred. Excellent communication skills required.
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Chart Specialist / Lgmc Health Information Management / Full Time
Reconcile paper records with departmental documents to verify receipt of all records.
Confirm patient name, medical record number, and account number on every page in the record, front and back.
Identify and tape any torn edges.
Mount and tape down any sheets less than 8.5 by 11 inches on an 8.5-by-11-inch sheet.
For sheets with rhythm strips or other mounted documents, tape down the top of the strip so it does not catch in the automatic document feeder (if you will be scanning in "Portrait" mode).
Remove all staples.
Put tape over sticky materials.
For any documents on card stock or manila, such as Kardex or ambulance run sheets, make a photocopy before scanning.
Arrange multipage documents in date order, either chronological or reverse chronological, per department guidelines.
Ensure all pages are in the same proper orientation.
If a document is identified as likely to result in poor image quality once scanned, photocopy the document, adjusting the copy contrast (lightness/darkness). This may help improve the quality of the scanned image. If improvement is not noted, follow departmental guidelines for processing poor-quality originals.
Once all documents are prepped for scanning, bundle them together. Set them aside until you are ready to deliver them to the scanning staff.
Scanning Core Competencies
Perform daily maintenance of the scanner
Calibrate the scanner for proper image quality
"Fan" the stack of documents to be scanned in order to make sure the documents separate easily and that any previous hole punches or stapled pages do not stick together. Purpose: Reduce the number of automatic document feeder misfeeds.
Once records are scanned, remove them from the scanner's out tray. Begin process of verifying the quality and accuracy of the scans. With the records faceup, view the hard copy and the scanned image to confirm all images can be read and all pages were captured. This can be done by flipping through the hard copies as you verify each image, page by page. Purpose: Reduce the number of rescans as a result of poor image quality or skipped pages.
As images are reviewed, change the rotation, switch sides, etc., as needed. For example, documents that are typically viewed "landscape" should be rotated so they present to the end user in landscape mode. If a docu-ment was sent through the scanner so that the back page was scanned as the front page, switch sides to put the images in the appropriate order. Purpose: Improve the readability and use of the images by the end user.
If an image is identified to be of poor quality, adjust sensitivity or use the copy machine to enhance the quality of the document to be scanned. Purpose: Reduce the number of records returned for rescan as a result of poor image quality.
Quality Control/Validating Core Competencies
Determine the rediness of the batch for the quality control process.
Locate the electronic document for verification against the paper batch.
Review each image in the batch and verify the following:
correct patient name and FIN
proper indexing level (encounter, section)
image quality (readable, orientation, mutliple sides, etc)
For each page scanned or indexed with errors
rearrange out of order images
relocate electronic images that are incorrectly filed in another document
relocate electronic images that have are incorrectly filed in an encounter
replace electronic images that have unacceptable image quality e) modify the indexing as appropriate
Analysis Core Competencies
Analyze all encounter types for accuracy and completeness of the medical record.
Assign deficiencies to each medical record as appropriate.
Performs concurrent and/or discharge analysis on every inpatient, outpatient, emergency room and ambulatory surgery, patient medical record in accordance with JCAHO Standards for completeness and accuracy of documentation.
Birth Certificate Core Competencies
Completes a birth certificate for every newborn patient admitted daily.
Maintain proficiency in understanding Louisiana Law as it pertains to birth certificate completion.
Fax Birth Announcement consent to The Daily Advertiser to meet legal requirements.
Route completed birth certificates to physician's office for his/her signature.
Download all electronic birth certificates to Vital Statistics through the state's system.
Complete hearing screen data information for the Department of Health and Hospitals.
Maintains birth log daily.
Mail completed birth certificate to the Department of Vital Records.
Complete all birth verifications when needed.
Clerical Core Competencies
Greets visitors and controls the flow of traffic through the department.
Answer all incoming telephone calls and routes them appropriately.
Monitors activity of the fax and copy machines and insures proper working conditions.
Process and mail copies of dictation to respective physicians.
Completes requisitions for in-house request within a fifteen-minute turn around time.
Visits in-house patient as part of requisition completion when an authorization must be completed.
Responsible for processing requisitions from outside facilities when the patient is in-house.
Other Core Competencies
Pickup all in-house and/or or discharged medical records from the inpatient units and various departments for processing.
Research all missing in-house and/or discharged patient charts to assure accuracy of the imaging process.
Files all imaged in-house and/or discharged patient charts in the appropriate location for later destruction.
Assist physicians during chart completion using the electronic chart completion system when requested by a physician.
Print copy of chart for physician requesting paper chart for completion of dictation.
Maintain computer error log.
Distributes department mail to the appropriate area, as well as sorting of mail generated by the department within the mailroom.
Maintains Discharge List in order to account for medical records within Health Information Management.
Maintain Discharge List to assure every discharge patient chart is scanned/indexed into imaging system.
Verifies accuracy of the admission and discharge lists.
Monitors the Cerner system for duplicate CPI numbers and eliminates from the system.
Provide funeral homes personnel with time of death and the physician who pronounced the patient.
Process/routes dictation to the appropriate medical record.
Researches dictation within the transcription and imaging system.
Monitors the printer in the transcription area every fifteen minutes for any Pre-op History and Physical that is transcribed.
Consistently work quality queues to ensure complete and accurate processing of all transcribed reports. Maintain high quality standards when performing job duties.
Completes any special assignment as determined by the Supervisor.
Understand the importance of ensuring a complete medical record as a true legal document.
Maintains patient confidentiality by following LGMC and HIM department procedure concerning release of information as well as local, state and federal regulations.
Respects and practices the Health Information Management Code of Ethics.
Upholds the guidelines and continuing education of Corporate Compliance as outlined in the policies and procedures of the HIM Compliance Plan.
Equally participates in performing a coworker's duties when absence is required.
Adheres to and supports HIM and hospital policies and procedures.
Participates in required departmental meetings and in service education.
Adheres to Medical/Dental Staff Bylaws for maintaining an accurate, complete and legible medical record.
High school graduate or equivalent with GED.
Experience in health information management department preferred
Good oral communication skills
Basic computer skills preferred
Various types of medical instruments & equipment
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:
Medium Work as defined by the U.S. Department of Labor constitutes a maximum lift of 21-50 pounds on occasion and/or a maximum lift of 11-25 pounds on a frequent basis
May be required to assist in the turning, lifting, or moving patients as well as walking about from patients' rooms, as well as to and from various hospital areas
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